Saturday, June 19th, 2010
11:30 am - approx. 5:00 pm
Gold Cup Room & Turf Club
Hollywood Park Racetrack
1050 S. Prairie Avenue
Inglewood, CA 90306-0369
Seating is Limited to First 300 guests
First Race Post at 1:00 pm - Free Race Day Program - Private Betting Windows
Private No-Host Bar - Five-Star Buffet (12:30pm ~ 3:00pm) - Gold Cup Chef's Tables
Taxes & Gratuity Included - Valet Parking*
Smart Casual Attire (Gents: Collared shirts, Ladies: Dresses/Tailored Pant Suits)
*Once at Valet station, mention being with the 1736 Family Crisis Center event for complimentary service; tips not included.
Your support makes a difference!
Yes, I would like to Purchase Seat(s) at $125.00 per person.
Yes, Please reserve a 10 Seat Table(s) at $1,000.00 per table.
I cannot attend, but would like to Donate.
Yes, I would like to be a Sponsor for this event:
Click here for downloadable form to print and mail
Mailing Deadline Tuesday, June 10, 2010
Print & mail to:
1736 Family Crisis Center
2116 Arlington Avenue, Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90018
(323) 737-3900 ext. 207
Tickets will be held at Will Call.
Sponsorship opportunities are available.
Please contact Mr. Ron Troupe for details: 310.374.1344 or
Thank You to our Sponsors:
Carol & Eliana
Ron & Sheila Troupe
Steve & Kathy Campbell
Note: This year the event will not be a Gold Cup Race.
*1736 FCC is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization. Contributions above $49 per ticket are tax deductible;
this portion goes 100% to supporting runaway youth, domestic violence victims & their children.
1736 Family Crisis Center is a
private, nonprofit organization working to ensure
the safety, survival, and success of domestic violence victims
and their children, homeless and runaway youth, and
others in need throughout Los Angeles County and
Throughout its 38-year history, 1736 FCC has expanded
its services to include four shelters for domestic violence victims and
their children, a shelter for runaway and homeless youth,
three Community Service Centers located in Torrance,
South Los Angeles and Long Beach, 24 hour hotlines,
emergency response services, and more. 1736 Family
Crisis Center services reach over 20,000 people